Halloween is right around the corner. And with that in mind, how do you like to celebrate?

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I know that sounds like a weird question, like duh... with trick-or-treating or getting dressed up or putting out decorations. But hear me out, there are lots of different ways to have fun for Halloween.

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Of course, there's nothing wrong with getting dressed up and going trick-or-treating. But you can also do things like visit haunted attractions.

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Michigan is full of interactive, haunted attractions. You may have been through one, but you usually walk through.

Have you ever been through one that you drove through?

Haunted Attractions in Lansing

Over on Lansing's west side sits Tommy's Express Car Wash. Well, that's what it's typically known as. For a couple of weekends in October, it will be known as the Tunnel of Terror.

For the Tunnel of Terror, you don't even have to leave your car. You go through it just like you would a normal car wash. You get to enjoy spooky frights and jumps scares from the safety of your car, behind locked doors.

If you want to take the family to get scared, the days the Tunnel of Terror will be open are October, 20th, 21st, 27th, and 28th from 7 to 10 pm. It's just $25 per car, but free if you're a TommyClub member.

Just drive over to 3715 West Saginaw Street, Lansing. Check out some other Michigan haunted attractions below.

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How do you determine a state's love for Halloween and all things spooky? Somehow AirportParkingReservations.com:
"examined the number of searches for haunted houses, haunted house reports, and the number of ghost stories and Ghost Adventures episodes filmed in each state".
Using this data, they were able to calculate a total score on a scale between 0 and 40. Here's how your state ranked in AirportParkingReservations.com ranking for The Most Halloween and Haunted House Obsessed States in America.

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